Asli Salihoglu

Aslı is involved in WP4 (Stocks of migrants with an irregular status) and WP6 (Methods Innovation Lab).
Aslı is a doctoral researcher in Migration Studies based at the Centre on Migration, Policy & Society (COMPAS), University of Oxford. Her research investigates the intersection of labor informality, formalization policy and the humanitarian-development nexus through a mixed methods case study of Syrian refugee livelihoods in Türkiye. In tandem with her doctoral work, Aslı has undertaken policy and research consultancies for the London School of Economics, the United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS) and the International Refugee Rights Association, Türkiye on various projects thematically ranging from migration management to humanitarian influencing. She has also held teaching positions at the Oxford Department of International Development. Prior to joining COMPAS, Aslı worked at the International Committee of the Red Cross as a Policy and Humanitarian Diplomacy Associate for the Eurasia desk. She holds an MSc in International Migration and Public Policy from the London School of Economics and a dual BA in Economics and International Studies from Northwestern University.

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